Modernizing the Home Infusion Coding System

Recorded On: 05/02/2022

NHIA is seeking member review and comment on a proposal to request modifications to the home infusion Healthcare Common Procedure Coding System (HCPCS) codes (S-codes). The existing S-codes were developed by a group of NHIA members 20 years ago and have not been substantially changed since introduced in 2002. The code set was robust with specific codes reflective of the infused therapies delivered in the home at the time and accomplished the goal of standardizing billing procedures across various payers, reducing the administrative burden on providers, and improving the ability to negotiate contract terms. 

Bill Noyes

Sr VP of Reimbursement Policy


Bill Noyes is the Senior Vice President of Reimbursement Policy at the National Home Infusion Association (NHIA). He joined NHIA in 2012 as Vice President of Health Information Policy, focusing on reimbursement and regulatory issues affecting providers' ability to do business and collect payment for their services. Noyes sits on four Medicare Contractor Advisory Councils and is the liaison to NHIA's reimbursement-focused committees. He also works closely with the NHIA government relations team to gain more meaningful Medicare coverage for home infusion. He served as Interim CEO of the associaiton from July 2018 to November 2018. Prior to joining NHIA, Noyes spent 20 years as Vice President of Operations for a multi-state home infusion provider where he was responsible for purchasing, distribution, facilities, revenue cycle management, and pharmacy operations.

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